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Every once in a while, Gryphon Media Company staff members share articles from around the web to share with the wider community. Read on to learn about western do-gooders, the #MeToo movement, student activism, pets on planes, and more. Voluntourism “The...
Ah, the Habits of Mind. The eight tenets that a large portion of the Sequoyah philosophy is based upon, the principles that the administrators and teachers often tell us to heed, namely Perspective, Inquiry, Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, Application, Stewardship,...
There once was a historian who spent a considerable portion of her life contemplating a rather strange idea. She claimed that all the world’s nations and states, towns and boroughs had people that represent them.   Several of her critics...
There once was a historian who spent a considerable portion of her life contemplating a rather strange idea. She claimed that all the world’s nations and states, towns and boroughs had people that represent them.   Several of her critics...

Countryballs

As Sequoyah High School finishes its first year, the school is already deep into planning changes for the second. New teachers and staff have been hired, students admitted, and classes and programs being restructured and planned. Student Body The biggest change...
The shiny online ISEE prep websites that seem to mock you with your first practice test results; the reading comprehension practice questions that are unbelievably tedious and dull; the theocratic nature of Christian schools and their tendency to choose...

High School Opens

The long-planned Sequoyah High School began this past August, and after an orientation camping trip, 51 students began taking their classes. This year’s students matriculated from 33 different schools not including Sequoyah’s K–8. Six students graduated from the K–8 campus...

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